BC Public Service Career Opportunity – Senior Investigator, Investigative Standards

Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General
Burnaby, Kelowna, Prince George or Victoria

This position is based out of the locations listed above.

Flexible work options are available; this position may be able to work up to four (4) days at home per week subject to an approved telework agreement.

Senior Investigator, Investigative Standards
$86,200.00 – $122,100.01 annually

The Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch (GPEB) regulates all gambling in British Columbia and  ensures the integrity of gambling industry companies, people, and equipment.

GPEB is committed to embedding diversity and inclusion in every business now and as we transition to the Independent Gambling Control Office (IGCO). We recognize the intersectionality of our workforce, partners, and the BC residents whom we serve, and we support and foster culturally sensitive and safer workplaces and service delivery.

The Senior Investigator, Investigation Standards, is responsible for leading the Corporate Registration Investigations Team in the Licensing, Registration and Certification (LRC) division. This position provides direction to staff in conducting investigations into the suitability of persons and companies applying to operate in the gaming industry in British Columbia. This position also leads the investigation team in conducting investigations in conjunction with other gaming law enforcement and regulatory agencies while working in partnership with the Senior Investigator, Financial Integrity and Cross-Jurisdictional Liaison. The Senior Investigator is delegated the responsibility for making decisions regarding the registration of persons and/or companies providing gaming services in British Columbia. In addition, the position makes decisions on gaming services providers under the Gaming Control Act.

Qualifications for this role include: 

• Bachelor’s degree or diploma in a related field and a minimum of five (5) years conducting
complex regulatory or criminal investigations. An equivalent combination of education and
related experience may be considered.

Related experience:

• Extensive recent investigative experience in law enforcement; OR, extensive recent
regulatory investigative experience.
• Supervisory experience and/or extensive file management experience, for example leading
teams in conducting complex investigations.

For more information and to apply online by October 24, 2023, please go to: